IMAGE: Big Fernand
The French burger franchise, offering its signature ‘hamburgé’, attempts to once again crack the London market.
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Big Fernand, a French burger favorite with locations also open throughout the Middle East, has celebrated the grand return of the brand to London after first attempting the market back in 2015. With a new South Kensington site and more franchising experience under its belt, Big Fernand looks forward to offering discerning foodies a taste of France.
The new site, located at 37 Thurloe Place, South Kensington, London, will offer Big Fernand’s varied menu of authentic French burgers and expertly paired cheese that the brand is known for.
Food offerings are priced around £10 (roughly $13), with fan-favorites like le Big Fernand and le Jura beef burger providing avid meat-eaters their bovine fix. More exotic items include le Canard, which features duck and pâté de foie gras, while vegetarians can choose between le Portobello or le Veggie.
Big Fernand is established in China, the UAE, and France, having launched in Paris in 1993. Having previously tried the London market, the brand believes that British foodies will now be more receptive to its sustainable, unique dishes, and hopes to impress.
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